Is having to wear makeup sexist?
On average, women spend nearly an hour a day on their appearance. Meanwhile, men are likely spending that time checking work emails or networking to advance their careers. Women are expected to conform to cultural beauty standards and stereotypes demanding that they wear makeup every day, especially in professional settings. Is that sexist? NBC News Signal host and Left Field contributor Simone Boyce explores the toll beauty takes on our daily lives.
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